Top skip Tracy Fleury joins Rachel Homan’s curling team

Top skip Tracy Fleury joins Rachel Homan’s curling team

Tracy Fleury is becoming a member of Rachel Homan’s curling workforce, but wherever a single of the top skips in Canadian women’s curling will play in the lineup has but to be introduced.

Homan, a national and environment champion skip, declared on social media Friday that Fleury will be part of her roster next year.

Sudbury indigenous Fleury ranked No. 2 in the world this time with teammates Selena Njegovan, Liz Fyfe and Kristin MacCuish.

They lost November’s Olympic women’s trials ultimate in an further conclude to Jennifer Jones, who went on to use the Maple Leaf final thirty day period in Beijing.

Fleury’s staff out of Manitoba declared before this month it would disband.

Homan, longtime vice Emma Miskew and Sarah Wilkes had a emptiness on their workforce when Joanne Courtney made the decision to phase away from the recreation.

Ottawa’s Homan is also considered just one of the game’s prime skips.

She went undefeated to earn a earth title in 2017 and represented Canada in the 2018 Wintertime Olympics in women’s group curling.

Homan also performed Olympic combined doubles with John Morris in Beijing.